The attention of the rumour mill has switched to Samsung’s forthcoming smartphones now that the Galaxy S22 series has been released internationally. The first probable picture of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 was leaked a few days ago. A couple more concept photos of the foldable phone were released today.
More high-resolution concept photos of what might be the Galaxy Z Fold 4 have been released by tipster Waqar Khan (@WaqarKhanHD). If this is the final design of Samsung’s next foldable phone, it appears that the corporation employed a rear-facing camera design similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which was just announced. There is no camera island, and all of the camera sensors protrude from the body independently.
Similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Fold 3, the gadget looks to have a thin cover display. Samsung could stick with a side-mounted capacitive fingerprint reader rather than an in-display sensor. The next-generation Galaxy Z Fold phone might have a triple-camera arrangement, but it’s unclear whether Samsung will utilise better sensors this time.
The introduction of an S Pen slot within the device might be the most important enhancement. While the Galaxy Z Fold 3 was Samsung’s first folding phone to have S Pen support, it lacked a separate S Pen storage compartment. It hampered the stylus’ utility, and several customers have asked the South Korean company to fix it. To achieve this purpose, Samsung should not have lowered its battery capacity.